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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 17.06.2019, 00:47

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OECD’s review shows Latvian main problems

OECD’s review shows Latvian main problems

04.06.2019

New OECD-2019 review requires from the Latvian government urgent actions in dealing with numerous modern challenges: can it deliver?


EU strategy’s draft for the states up to 2024

EU strategy’s draft for the states up to 2024

02.05.2019

The European Commission has revealed a number of policy recommendations for the member states to explore during the next five years’ period. The EU efforts will show the states how to shape their future growth in modern global challenges.


New research directions for the Baltics

New research directions for the Baltics

18.04.2019

European and global challenges, e.g. global climate change and sustainability require new approaches to national research policies. Individual efforts shall be combined with common Baltic States’ strategies in science.


Latvian 2050 strategy: a complicated endeavor

Latvian 2050 strategy: a complicated endeavor

09.04.2019

Latvian establishment wishes to compose the country’s strategy up to 2050. The noble task is full of specific problems and difficult solutions to take…


Education and science in the Baltics’ future

Education and science in the Baltics’ future

25.03.2019

Education and research policies in the Baltic States are subject to fast changes due to globalisation and digitalisation. Innovative pressures are challenging national budgets, trans-national alliances and states’ potentials in “smart specialisation”.


EU economy’s future: slow but positive growth

EU economy’s future: slow but positive growth

14.02.2019

Growth in all EU states will continue in 2019-20, though at a slower pace than before. The largest EU’s economies will grow at around 1,5-1,7%, mostly in Poland, Spain and Holland. The Baltic States’ growth will continue to be on the positive trend.


Latvian political agenda: in line with the EU’s examples

Latvian political agenda: in line with the EU’s examples

23.01.2019

A long-waiting period for a Latvian government to take effect was not a disaster as one could imagine. A country without a “real” government is quite common presently. Recent Italian and Swedish political turmoil shows that situation can be worse…


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